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Streamlining Safety: Integrate Fire Safety, Emergency Response, and Security

Chances are that if you own a business, you have to manage safety for one or multiple buildings. This includes 24-7 alert systems, monitoring, and the ability to manage your and your business’s responsibilities in an emergency.

It can become overwhelming when you’re trying to balance so many different systems in coordination with each other. Chances are you contract with multiple providers, one for each system. Perhaps your panic alarm is antiquated, but your fire alert system is new – or vice versa. Different companies handle each, while a third company manages your CCTV and a fourth deals with access control. For every security function, you have yet another vendor. This means maintaining relationships with each, and often means you’re the one who has to remind them when a maintenance check is due. It’s much simpler to manage all these elements that help protect your business through one partner:

Expense Savings

An electronic systems company like CES can integrate multiple protective systems together. Getting multiple systems from a single provider can help cut costs. There’s a better rate for multiple services. These systems can become expensive when partitioning them out to different companies. Why not just integrate them through one partner?

Time Savings

If you need maintenance or upgrades on a system, it’s not as if we just go there and check the one system. We can also make sure your other systems are working as they should. Rather than scheduling five different maintenance checks with five different companies, we can wrap multiple systems into one check. Then we can get out of your hair so you can get back to managing your business.

IT Streamlining

The more vendors you work with, the more you need your own IT staff to make adjustments. You’re integrating with multiple companies and creating multiple potential cybersecurity vulnerabilities when doing so. It’s much safer to integrate with a single partner whose level of service you can trust.